undermined

[ uhn-der-mahyn or especially for 1, 2, 4, uhn-der-mahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF undermined
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She admitted the strength of his position, though it undermined imagination.

The humiliation of his business failure had undermined his health.

Half an hour after they had gone the undermined angle came down.

Such mock-modesty would at once have undermined her arguments.

Thus, the sand will be undermined by the waves, and this will cause the block to fall into the sea.

I will not go into particulars, but her entire constitution was undermined by the habit.

It did not kill the beetle off immediately, but it undermined his constitution.

Meanwhile, the work of the conspirators had been undermined by treachery.

His intellect and his health have been undermined by the forcing of education.

Earl was a wonderful student, but he had undermined his health.

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